GermanyMaximilian Günther

Maximilian Günther
Current Team
Maserati MSG Racing
Number
#7
Birthday
07/02/1997
Country
Deutschland
Website
maximilian-guenther.com
Twitter
@MAXG_official
Instagram
@maximilianguenther
Facebook
@maxg.official

Maximilian - or Max - Günther, who holds both German and Austrian citizenship, was one of Germany's greatest young talents in motorsport in the 2010s. Born in Oberstdorf, he received numerous awards, including ADAC Junior Motor Sportsman of the Year in 2016. After winning titles in various karting championships, Günther was runner-up twice in the ADAC Formula Masters. He then competed in the Formula 3 European Championship for three years, finishing second in 2016 and third in 2017. Günther was also involved as a test and reserve driver in the DTM for Mercedes.

In Formula E, Günther was already active as a test and reserve driver for Dragon Racing during the 2017/18 season. For the 2018/19 season, the team made the German youngster a regular driver. Günther contested his first season in Formula 2 in parallel, winning the sprint race at Silverstone. In the course of his first Formula E season, Günther was temporarily replaced by Felipe Nasr for three races. With two fifth-place finishes in Paris and Bern, he demonstrated his qualities despite an inferior car, clearly beating his experienced teammate Jose Maria Lopez.

This also convinced Team BMW i Andretti Motorsport, which hired him as a BMW works driver between 2019 and 2021. At the 2020 Santiago E-Prix, Günther won his first E-Prix - as the youngest race winner in Formula E history at the time. For the 2022 season, he switched to the Japanese manufacturer's team Nissan e.dams. After a disappointing season, however, he left the team again and signed on with Maserati MSG Racing.

He won his fourth Formula E race in Jakarta in 2023 and remained with the team in 2024.

Statistics

0

Championships

5

Wins

1

Best Race Position

9.85

Ø Race Position

10

Podiums

2

Pole Positions

12

Super Pole Participations

15

Group Wins

10.70

Ø Grid Position

2

Fastest Laps

1

FANBOOSTs

331

Points

79

Races

2,415

Race Laps

6,323.82 km

Race Distance

21

Test Days

1,096

Test Laps

3,491.37 km

Test Distance

Results

P Pts Laps Total Time Best Lap Grid Positions GW FANBOOST
4
2024 Hankook Mexico City E-Prix - Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez (2023), Stadt: Mexico City | Land: Mexico
12 37 00:50:21.286 00:01:15.209 3
1
7
2024 Diriyah E-Prix (1/2) - Riyadh Street Circuit (2021), Stadt: Diriyah | Land: Saudi Arabia
6 37 00:46:12.719 00:01:11.647 8
1
9
2024 Diriyah E-Prix (2/2) - Riyadh Street Circuit (2021), Stadt: Diriyah | Land: Saudi Arabia
2 36 00:43:57.577 00:01:11.089 11
2
9
2024 Sao Paulo E-Prix - Sao Paulo Street Circuit, Stadt: Sao Paulo | Land: Brazil
2 34 00:53:11.156 00:01:15.989 22
13
1
2024 Tokyo E-Prix - Tokyo Street Circuit, Stadt: Tokyo | Land: Japan
26 35 00:53:34.665 00:01:21.699 2
1
3
2024 Misano E-Prix (1/2) - Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli, Stadt: Misano Adriatico | Land: Italy
15 28 00:40:08.964 00:01:20.750 7
4
12
2024 Misano E-Prix (2/2) - Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli, Stadt: Misano Adriatico | Land: Italy
0 26 00:37:18.628 00:01:20.084 12 0
9
2024 Monaco E-Prix - Monaco Grand Prix Circuit (2022), Stadt: Monaco | Land: Monaco
2 31 00:58:23.717 00:01:32.239 8
1
2024 SUN Minimeal Berlin E-Prix (1/2) - Tempelhof Airport Street Circuit (2024), Stadt: Berlin | Land: Germany
0 28 00:37:11.011 00:01:05.508 5 -
2024 SUN Minimeal Berlin E-Prix (2/2) - Tempelhof Airport Street Circuit (2024), Stadt: Berlin | Land: Germany
0 10 00:11:15.675 00:01:05.345 5 -
21
2024 Shanghai E-Prix (1/2) - Shanghai International Circuit, Stadt: Shanghai | Land: China
0 29 00:38:16.599 00:01:16.859 14
7
8
2024 Shanghai E-Prix (2/2) - Shanghai International Circuit, Stadt: Shanghai | Land: China
4 28 00:36:09.677 00:01:16.022 10
2

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